Rev. Dr. Harry Eberts III


Rev. Dr. Harry W. Eberts III (who goes simply by Harry), envisions the church as part of God’s healing of the world and continually seeks to understand how God is calling us into that future.  He is a spiritual director, justice seeker, environmental advocate, peace pursuer, student of scripture, cancer survivor, lover of travel (favorite destinations are Australia, Scotland, Germany, and Cuba), and former college baseball player (whose stats and stories keep getting better with age).  He is co-founder and co-president of New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence and vice president of Santa Fe’s Interfaith Leadership Alliance.

Harry has served at First Presbyterian since December 2011. Prior to Santa Fe he served congregations in Lyndhurst, Ohio (an eastern suburb of Cleveland) and Lake Forest, Illinois (a northern suburb of Chicago).

He and his wife Jenny have three young adult children and share a home with retired therapy dog Atticus and his new little poodle-mix brother Pippin, both rescues.

Harry is a graduate of the College of Wooster in Ohio (BA), Yale Divinity School in Connecticut (MDiv) and McCormick Seminary in Illinois (DMin).